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banner Monday, 23 April, 2001, 13:18 GMT 14:18 UK
Golden boot/leading scorers
The most prolific African scorers in the current European season:

Updated June 18
22 Chris Oretan (Nigeria) - Valletta (Malta)
Orosco Anonam (Nigeria) - Sliema Wanderers (Malta)
21 Ali El Khattabi (Morocco) - Sparta Rotterdam (Holland)
17 Hassan Nader (Morocco) - Farense (Portugal)
Agent Sawu (Zimbabwe) - Wil (Switzerland)
15 Shaun Bartlett (South Africa) - Charlton (England) (inc 8 for Zurich (Switzerland)
Charles Amoah (Ghana) - Sturm Graz (Austria) (inc 12 for St Gallen (Switzerland)
Andre Kona Ngole (DRC) - Genclerbirligi (Turkey)
13 Sambegou Bangoura (Guinea) - Lokeren (Belgium)
Jean-Michel Tchouga (Cameroon) - Basle (Switzerland)
Yaw Preko (Ghana) - Yozgatspor (Turkey)
Fernand Coulibaly (Mali) - Denizlispor (Turkey) (inc 5 for Slirt Jet Pa)
Emmanuel Tetteh (Ghana) - Caykur Rizespor (Turkey)
12 Shabani Nonda (DRC) - Monaco (France)
Jean-Paul Boeka Lisasi (DRC) - Westerlo (Belgium)
Rufin Oba (Congo) - Floriana (Malta)
Ohene Kennedy (Ghana) - Ankaragucu (Turkey)
11 Samuel Eto'o (Cameroon) - Real Mallorca (Spain)
Matthew Amoah (Ghana) - Vitesse (Holland)
Ahmed Hossam (Egypt) - Ghent (Belgium)
Kwame Ayew (Ghana) - Yozgatspor (Turkey)
10 Adel Sellimi (Tunisia) - Freiburg (Germany)
Pius N'Diefi (Cameroon) - Sedan (France)
Bonaventure Kalou (Ivory Coast) - Feyenoord (Holland)
Desiree Mbonabucya (Rwanda) - St Truiden (Belgium)
Pedro Mantorras (Angola) - Alverca (Portugal)
Herve Tum (Cameroon) - Basle (Switzerland) (inc 6 for Sion)
Sibusiso Zuma (South Africa) - Copenhagen (Denmark)
9 Ade Akinbiyi (Nigeria) - Leicester (England)
Otto Addo (Ghana) - Bor Dortmund (Germany)
Kennedy Chihuri (Zimbabwe) - Viktoria Zivkov (Czech Rep)
Ndubuisi Chukunyere (Nigeria) - Hibernians (Malta)
Jude Madu (Nigeria) - Naxxar Lions (Malta)
8 Mohammed Kallon (Sierra Leone) - Vicenza (Italy)
Jonathan Akpoborie (Nigeria) - Wolfsburg (Germany)
El Hadji Diouf (Senegal) - Lens (France)
Djamel Belmadi (Algeria) - Olympique Marseille (France)
Jatto Ceesay (Gambia) - Willem II (Holland)
Ode Thompson (Nigeria) - Harelbeke (Belgium)
Moumouni Dagano (Burkina Faso) - Beerschot (Belgium)
Ali Lukunku (DRC) - Standard Liege (Belgium)
Henri Camara (Senegal) - Grasshoppers (Switzerland) (inc 5 for Neuchatel)
Alexander Tachie-Mensah (Ghana) - Neuchatel (Switzerland)
7 Moussa N'Diaye (Senegal) - Sedan (France)
Adekanmi Olufade (Togo) - Lokeren (Belgium)
James Debbah (Liberia) - Iraklis (Greece)
Fary Faye (Senegal) - Beira Mar (Portugal)
Pape Thiaw (Senegal) - Lausanne (Switzerland)
Wilson Oruma (Nigeria) - Servette (Switzerland)
Edward Anyamkegh (Nigeria) - Serif Tiraspol (Moldova)
6 Victor Agali (Nigeria) - Hansa Rostock (Germany)
Sean Dundee (South Africa) - Stuttgart (Germany)
Garba Lawal (Nigeria) - Roda JC (Holland)
Derek Boateng (Ghana) - Panathinaikos (Greece) (inc 4 for Kalamata (Greece)
Zizi Roberts (Liberia) - Panionios (Greece)
Augustine Ahinful (Ghana) - Ankaragucu (Turkey)
Abdul Sule (Nigeria) - AB (Denmark)
5 Patrick Mboma (Cameroon) - Parma (Italy)
Charles Akonnor (Ghana) - Wolfsburg (Germany)
Zoubeir Beya (Tunisia) - Freiburg (Germany)
Souleymane Oulare (Guinea) - Las Palmas (Spain)
Finidi George (Nigeria) - Mallorca (Spain)
Mustapha Hadji (Morocco) - Coventry C (England)
Hassan Kachloul (Morocco) - Southampton (England)
Khalilou Fadiga (Senegal) - Auxerre (France) (inc 4 for Bruges (Belgium)
Abdelhafid Tasfaout (Algeria) - Guingamp (France)
George Weah (Liberia) - Marseille (France) (inc 1 for Manchester City, England)
Pape Sarr (Senegal) - St Etienne (France)
Nzelo Lembi (DRC) - Club Bruges (Belgium)
Aruna Dindane (Ivory Coast) - Anderlecht (Belgium)
Sam Johnson (Ghana) - Fenerbahçe (Turkey)
Uche Okechukwu (Nigeria) - Fenerbahçe (Turkey)
Benedict Akwuegbu (Nigeria) - GAK Graz (Austria)
Pape Douba Diop (Senegal) - Grasshoppers (Switzerland) (inc 4 for Neuchatel)
Bradley August (South Africa) - Lyngby (Denmark)
MacDonald Mukansi (South Africa) - Lokomotiv Sofia (Bulgaria)
Quinzinho (Angola) - Aves (Portugal)
Onesime Ulrich Engoya (Congo) - Rabat Ajax (Malta)
Essien Mbong (Cameroon) - Hibernians (Malta)

Five goals required to enter the table (updated June 18)

22 leagues considered: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Malta, Moldova, Portugal, Scotland, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine

Leading scorers in main leagues

Austria
15 Charles Amoah (Sturm Graz), Ghana (inc 12 for St Gallen, Switz)
5 Benedict Akwuegbu (GAK Graz), Nigeria
Belgium
13 Sambegou Bangoura (Lokeren), Guinea
12 Jean-Paul Boeka Lisasi (Westerlo), DRC
11 Ahmed Hossam (Ghent), Egypt
Desiree Mbonabucya (Saint Truiden), Rwanda
8 Ode Thompson (Harelbeke), Nigeria
Moumouni Dagano (Beerschot), Burundi
Ali Lukunku (Standard Liege), DRC
7 Adekanmi Olufade (Lokeren), Togo
5 Nzelo Lembi (Bruges), DRC
Aruna Dindane (Anderlecht), Ivory Coast
Denmark
10 Sibusiso Zuma (Copenhagen), South Africa
6 Abdul Sule (AB), Nigeria
5 Bradley August (Lyngby), South Africa
4 Mwape Miti (OB Odense), Zambia
England
15 Shaun Bartlett (Charlton), South Africa (8 for FC Zurich, Switz)
9 Ade Akinbiyi (Leicester), Nigeria
5 Mustapha Hadji (Coventry), Morocco
Hassan Kachloul (Southampton), Morocco
3Nwankwo Kanu (Arsenal), Nigeria
Joseph-Desire Job (Middlesbrough), Cameroon
France
12 Shabani Nonda (Monaco), DRC
10 Pius N'Diefi (Sedan), Cameroon
8 El Hadji Diouf (Lens), Senegal
Djamel Belmadi (Olympique Marseille), Algeria
7 Moussa N'Diaye (Sedan), Senegal
5 Khalilou Fadiga (Auxerre), Senegal (inc 4 with Bruges, Belgium)
Abelhafid Tasfaout (Guingamp), Algeria
George Weah (Olympique Marseille), Liberia (inc 1 with Man City, England)
Pape Sarr (St Etienne), Senegal4 Dagui Bakari (Lille), Ivory Coast
Salomon Olembe (Nantes), Cameroon
Germany
10 Adel Sellimi (Freiburg), Tunisia
9 Otto Addo (Borussia Dortmund), Ghana
8 Jonathan Akpoborie (Wolfsburg), Nigeria
6 Victor Agali (Hansa Rostock), Nigeria
Sean Dundee (Stuttgart), South Africa
5Charles Akonnor (Wolfsburg), Ghana
Zoubeir Beya (Freiburg), Tunisia
4 Pablo Thiam (Stuttgart), Guinea
Greece
7 James Debbah (Iraklis), Liberia
6 Derek Boateng (Panathinaikos), Ghana (inc 4 for Kalamata)
Zizi Roberts (Panionios), Liberia
3 Peter Ofori-Quaye (Olympiakos), Ghana
Houcine Benali (Ethnikos), Morocco
Ebenezer Hagan (Iraklis), Ghana
Holland
21 Ali El Khattabi (Sparta Rotterdam), Morocco
11 Matthew Amoah (Vitesse Arnhem), Ghana
10 Bonaventure Kalou (Feyenoord), Ivory Coast
8 Jatto Ceesay (Willem II), Gambia
6 Garba Lawal (Roda JC), Nigeria
4 Bernard Tchoutang (Roda JC), Cameroon
Yacine Abdellaoui (Willem II), Morocco
Italy
8 Mohammed Kallon (Vicenza), Sierra Leone
5 Patrick Mboma (Parma), Cameroon
3 Philemon Masinga (Bari), South Africa
Malta
22 Chris Oretan (Valletta), Nigeria
Orosco Anonam (Sliema Wanderers), Nigeria
12 Rufin Oba (Floriana), Congo
9 Ndubuisi Chukunyere (Hibernians), Nigeria
Jude Madu (Naxxar Lions), Nigeria
Portugal
17 Hassan Nader (Farense), Morocco
10 Pedro Mantorras (Alverca), Angola
7 Fary Faye (Beira Mar), Senegal
5 Quinzinho (Aves), Angola
4 Rudolph Douala Mbella (Aves), Cameroon
3 Emmanuel Duah (Uniao Leiria), Ghana
Abdelsattar Sabry (Benfica), Egypt
Braima Injai (Aves), Guinea Bissau
Spain
11 Samuel Eto'o (Real Mallorca), Cameroon
5 Souleymane Oulare (Las Palmas), Guinea
Finidi George (Real Mallorca), Nigeria
Switzerland
17 Agent Sawu (Wil), Zimbabwe
13 Jean-Michel Tchouga (Basle), Cameroon
10 Herve Tum (Basle), Cameroon (inc 6 for Sion)
8 Henri Camara (Grasshoppers), Senegal (inc 5 for Neuchatel)
Alexander Tachie-Mensah (Neuchatel Xamax), Ghana
7 Pape Thiaw (Lausanne), Senegal
Wilson Oruma (Servette), Nigeria
5 Pape Douba Diop (Grasshoppers), Senegal (inc 4 for Neuchatel)
Turkey
15 Andre Kona Ngole (Genclerbirligi), DRC
13 Yaw Preko (Yozgatspor), Ghana
Fernand Coulibaly (Denizlispor), Mali (inc 5 for Slirt Jet Pa)
Emmanuel Tetteh (Caykur Rizespor), Ghana
12 Ohene Kennedy (Ankaragucu), Ghana
11 Kwame Ayew (Yozgatspor), Ghana
6 Augustine Ahinful (Ankaragucu), Ghana
5 Samuel Johnson (Fenerbahce), Ghana
Uche Okechukwu (Fenerbahce), Nigeria

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